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User: Lone_Star - 2/2/2013

Location: Kleb Woods Nature Preserve

Rating:
Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 2.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: 1 hour

Comments:

There are five trails at the Kleb Woods Nature Preserve - four are at the southern end (Wetlands Trail, Live Oak Trail, Farm Trail, and Nature Trail) and one at the northern end (Half-Mile Trail and Loop).  The four trails at the southern park interconnect at different points.

This is a nice, short nature walk and a nice way to spend an hour or so.  Very easy, flat trails.  I hesitate to call it hiking because I usually reserve the word for longer, more rigorous treks in more remote areas.  A lot of birdwatchers visit this park, but on the day I went they didn't have too much luck.

I would recommend this if you're in the area or looking for a new adventure.  With the high price of gas, I wouldn't make a separate trip out of it.



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Entrance Sign
Entrance Sign
Trail Map
Trail Map
Don't Eat The Holly Berries!
Don't Eat The Holly Berries!
Beware Of Snakes
Beware Of Snakes
Green Algae Pond
Green Algae Pond
Wildlife Lookout
Wildlife Lookout

Area around Kleb Woods Nature Preserve

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